The Top 10 Assisted Living Facilities in Cedar Park, TX

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The people of Cedar Park are much younger than average for the United States – only 8% are aged 65 and over compared to 16% nationwide. However, the population is growing rapidly and bringing with it a demand for senior care. It's a relatively peaceful area with fewer incidents of violent and property crime compared to surrounding areas and Texas in general.

As a suburb of Austin, the cost of long-term care in Cedar Park is generally higher than elsewhere in the state. The Genworth 2019 Cost of Care Survey shows assisted living to be roughly 44% more expensive in Cedar Park than in Texas as a whole. Adult day care costs in this area are triple that of the state average, while in-home and nursing care costs are higher by 10%. Cedar Park's cost of living favors seniors, with cheaper health care and groceries, although the overall COL is higher than both the state and national averages.

Keep reading to see our list of the best local assisted living communities.

The Best Assisted Living Facilities in Cedar Park

The Pointe at Cedar Park

Address: 450 Discovery Boulevard, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Phone Number: (512) 259-6525

The Pointe is a mid-sized assisted living community on the north side of Cedar Park, just blocks away from The Parke Mall, major roads and dozens of restaurants. Residents choose from four apartment styles, all with individually-controlled temperature and emergency response systems. Staff arrange group outings for lunches and local entertainment, and the residents enjoy happy hours and movie nights while at home.

Starting Monthly Cost: $3,500
Room Types: Studio Apartments 
Number of Beds: 60

  • Average Stars: 4.2 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 123

Serenity at Cedar Park

Address: 100 Shady Trails Pass, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Phone Number: (512) 989-5816

Serenity at Cedar Park is a small assisted living facility with a maximum of 11 residents located in a relatively quiet residential area. Residents enjoy holiday parties, brain games and relaxing walks on the outdoor trails. We included Serenity in the top 10 for its smaller size, which helps create connections between new community members and staff.

Starting Monthly Cost: $4,000
Room Types: Residential Bedrooms 
Number of Beds: 11

  • Average Stars: 4 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 50

Isle at Cedar Ridge

Address: 2200 South Lakeline Boulevard, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Phone Number: (512) 937-2031

Isle at Cedar Ridge is a modern assisted living community located just a mile from Lakeline Mall and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Residents can join activity and study groups, such as the Lunch Bunch who take trips to local eateries, or sit back in comfort with popcorn and movies in the theater. Isle at Cedar Ridge made the top 10 for its on-site skilled nursing.

Starting Monthly Cost: $3,500
Room Types: Studio, One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments 
Number of Beds: 98

  • Average Stars: 3.3 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 48

Court at Round Rock

Address: 2700 Sunrise Road, Round Rock, TX 78665
Phone Number: (512) 310-0002

This large retirement community provides independent and assisted living in north Round Rock, just 1.5 miles from a large hospital and shopping plaza. Court at Round Rock can also provide on-site skilled nursing and physical therapy in the rehabilitation gym, and these features helped earn its place in the top 10. Other features include an art center, billiards room and spacious courtyards.

Starting Monthly Cost: $3,150
Room Types: Studio, One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments 
Number of Beds: 73

  • Average Stars: 4.2 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 208

Brookdale Round Rock

Address: 8005 Cornerwood Drive, Austin, TX 78717
Phone Number: (512) 238-7200

Brookdale Round Rock provides assisted living and memory care east of Cedar Park. Residents stay active and healthy with walking groups, appropriate light exercise classes in the fitness room and meals that are familiar and nutritious. The fireplace in the main living room gives people a chance to relax and socialize in the evening, and visiting musicians play the piano for residents.

Starting Monthly Cost: Not Listed
Room Types: Studio, One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments 
Number of Beds: 90

  • Average Stars: 4.1 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 99

Sedro Trail Assisted Living & Memory Care

Address: 292 Sedro Trail, Georgetown, TX 78633
Phone Number: (512) 943-4837

Sedro Trail is a small residential care home that provides assisted living and memory care near Lake Georgetown. The ratio of caregivers to residents is very high – 1 staff member for every 3 residents – and this helped Sedro Trail make the top 10 list. This facility is wheelchair-accessible and secure, including outdoor areas, so everyone can get around safely.

Starting Monthly Cost: $5,600
Room Types: Residential Bedrooms 
Number of Beds: 9

  • Average Stars: 4.3 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 46

Brookdale North Austin

Address: 5310 Duval Road, Austin, TX 78727
Phone Number: (512) 418-8228

Brookdale North Austin is a large assisted living facility located just off Highway 183 and roughly 1.5 miles from The Domain mall. Residents enjoy a menu designed by a registered dietitian, prepared by chefs and served restaurant-style in the main dining room. Shopping trips and lunch outings are popular with members of the community, and they stay sharp with bingo and brain teasers.

Starting Monthly Cost: Not Listed
Room Types: Studio and One-Bedroom Apartments 
Number of Beds: 112

  • Average Stars: 3.4 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 127

The Pavilion at Great Hills

Address: 11819 Pavilion Boulevard, Austin, TX 78759
Phone Number: (512) 249-0500

This large assisted living community is located along Highway 183 in southeast Cedar Park. The common areas are spacious, bright and tastefully decorated, with full-length windows and high ceilings that invite sunshine. Residents can spend some quiet time in the library, play billiards and other games with friends or learn a new hobby in the art center. Assistance and clinical care is available 24/7.

Starting Monthly Cost: $3,550
Room Types: Studio, One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments 
Number of Beds: 165

  • Average Stars: 3.9 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 186

A Touch of Home Assisted Living

Address: 4301 Crestridge Drive, Round Rock, TX 78681
Phone Number: (512) 773-5821

A Touch of Home Assisted living is a small residential community in a quiet neighborhood on the north side of Brushy Creek. It's a licensed assisted living facility with 16 private and semi-private beds, and it only accepts female residents. A Touch of Home sits on over an acre of land, with a swimming pool, large deck, walking trails and gardens.

Starting Monthly Cost: Not Listed
Room Types: Residential Bedrooms 
Number of Beds: 16

  • Average Stars: 4.9 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 30

Wyoming Springs Assisted Living & Memory Care Community

Address: 7230 Wyoming Springs Drive, Round Rock, TX 78681
Phone Number: (512) 765-7733

Wyoming Springs is a continuing care retirement community, which means residents receive the proper care by trained professionals if their medical or other needs change, without the need to find a new home. This facility has extensive medical services, including skilled nursing and psychiatric care. Residents do arts and crafts, yoga, games and go on group outings.

Starting Monthly Cost: $3,950
Room Types: Studio, One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments  
Number of Beds: 114

  • Average Stars: 4.4 out of 5
  • Number of Reviews: 123

Learn More About Assisted Living in Cedar Park

Cedar Park and the surrounding areas have quite a few smaller assisted living facilities, as opposed to the large communities present in other cities around the state, so it's important to think about whether your loved one does better with a crowd or in small groups. The top 10 facilities are spread out across a large area as well – some in prime shopping and entertainment areas and others more secluded – which could be another deciding factor.

Read more about what to expect from these communities and how to pay for it in our Texas assisted living guide.